200 Hours Yoga Training Course in Italy

Welcome to our 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training Program!

  “20 nights 21 days”
Our 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training is a comprehensive and transformative journey that will deepen your understanding of yoga, enhance your personal practice, and equip you with the skills and knowledge to become a confident and compassionate yoga teacher. Whether you are looking to embark on a teaching career or deepen your personal practice, this program will empower you to share the wisdom and benefits of yoga with others. Here’s what you can expect from our 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training.

How to reach the destination

There is a new train station ten minutes from the Catania airport.

There you can take the direct train to Fuimefreddo (costs around 5 euros). We can pick you up from the station in Fuimefreddo for 30 euros per ride (up to 3 people). Plus charge for shuttle service after 19.00 till 24.00 hrs of 15 euro.

Also possibility to pick up a mini bus up to 7 people from airport Catania for approx 120 euro directly to Ater Tumti.

Let me know as soon as possible the dates you would like so that I can block them out for you. I can hold the dates for 30 days, without a deposit. After that, I need a deposit of 2.000 euro for confirmation.

Comprehensive Curriculum:
Our curriculum covers all essential aspects of yoga, including asanas (postures), pranayama (breathwork), meditation, philosophy, anatomy, and teaching methodology. Through a combination of lectures, workshops, practical sessions, and self-reflection, you will gain a holistic understanding of yoga as a transformative practice for the body, mind, and spirit.

Experienced and Knowledgeable Faculty:
Our faculty consists of experienced yoga teachers who are passionate about sharing their knowledge and guiding you on your yoga journey. They bring a wealth of experience and expertise from diverse yoga traditions and lineages. With their guidance, you will receive personalized attention and support, ensuring that you develop a strong foundation in yoga and teaching skills.

Objective of the course

  • To develop a strong physical and mental practice in Hatha yoga and Ashtanga yoga
  • To deliver an authentic practice experience of Pranayama and Mantra
  • To produce a clear overview of the main principles of yogic philosophy
  • To understand the functioning of the human body and its systems through yoga anatomy
  • To understand the multidisciplinary of yoga and have a genuine practice of its different styles
  • To learn the art of relaxation and concentration through meditation
  • To provide remarkable insight into each yoga journey
  • To progressively build the confidence to teach and expose oneself
  • To create powerful and reliable yoga teachers for modern society
  • Art of teaching
  • How to give a solid and clear demonstration
  • How to give clear instruction (working with voice)
  • Proper alignment of postures
  • Hands-on adjustment
  • How to avoid common injury during practice
  • How to jump backwards and forward (Vinyasa flow)
  • How to use props for better postures (as recommended by B.S.K Iyengar)
  • Yogic breathing (Pranayama) and their benefits
  • Yogic body cleansing (Kriya yoga)
  • Mudras, Bandas, and their benefits
  • Ayurveda and yoga principle
  • Observation
  • How to teach a one-to-one class
  • How to teach a bigger group

The program

  • The program of the 200 hours of Hatha and Ashtanga teacher training is well rounded.
  • It develops through weekly schedules so that each topic can be thoroughly examined and correctly understood.
  • The introduction of new subjects apport change and news in each week of the training.
  • The gradual progression during this 200-hour yoga teacher training in India allows the students to process and internalize the learning without obstacles.
  • The highlights of their program are the alignment and adjustment along with the teaching practice.
  • The first one serves to understand and master the asana in any detail. Special workshops complement them. The workshops represent a priceless opportunity for the students to deepen their understanding of the poses and their implications.
  • The latter represents the time for the student to experiment with what was learned during the frontal hours.
  • The students will learn how to structure flow and also how to instruct with efficiency, power, and clarity in a yoga class.
  • He or she will eventually be ready to instruct a 90-minute class throughout the 200-hour yoga teacher training in India.

Aspects of yogic discipline

  • Astanga yoga (Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharna, Dhyana, Samadhi)
  • Yoga systems (Karma, Jnana, Hatha, Raja, Mantra, Laya)
  • Other yogic disciplines (Tarka, Tyaga, Mouna, Dewsha, Kaala, Bandha, Dehasamya, Drishtisamya)

Practicum is a process through which the learning outcome is applied by a student. Topics in this category include:

  • Practice teaching as the lead instructor
  • Receiving and giving feedback.
  • Observing others’ teaching.
  • Assisting students while someone else is teaching.

Non-contact program – Assignments, group discussions, presentations, and projects
Non-contact program is the number of hours of learning that occur without a faculty member present and is relevant to the above five educational categories. This program includes:

  • Reading, audio/video, or Internet resources that are integrated into the curriculum via reports, class discussions, presentations, and tests
  • Webinars on yoga-related topics
  • Written assignments on yoga-related topics
  • Group activities include directed discussion, technique practice, or teaching practice.

Become a teacher
During the training, you will learn and practice valuable tools and teaching methodologies that will support you in becoming a powerful and inspiring teacher. You will learn how to use your voice as a tool and gain the ability to connect with your students confidently through verbal cues, the use of props, and effective demonstration. You will also understand how to observe and adjust safely to your students.

The schedule

  • 07:80 Krya/Pranayama/Mantra (alternate days)
  • 08:09:30 Asana practice Hatha/Ashtanga yoga (alternate days)
  • 09:00-09:30 Breakfast (daily except Sundays)
  • 10:00 Art of teaching/philosophy/anatomy (alternate weeks)
  • 11:30 Alignment and adjustment (daily)
  • 13:00 Lunch (daily except Sundays)
  • 14:00 Self-study
  • 15:15 Meditation/yoga Nidra (alternate days/ weeks)
  • 16:00 Asana practice (first week)/ teaching practice (daily for the second and third week)
  • 17:30 free time
  • 19:00 Dinner (daily except Saturdays and Sundays)
  • 22:00 Light off

Please note that this schedule is explanatory.

All the subjects shown in this schedule will be covered, however, the timing might vary.
The training will be organized in weekly schedules and it might vary slightly according to the dynamic and dimensions of the group, and the weather conditions.

How to reach the destination

There is a new train station ten minutes from the Catania airport.

There you can take the direct train to Fuimefreddo (costs around 5 euros). We can pick you up from the station in Fuimefreddo for 30 euros per ride (up to 3 people). Plus charge for shuttle service after 19.00 till 24.00 hrs of 15 euro.

Also, possibility to pick up a minibus for up to 7 people from airport Catania for approx 120 euros directly to Ater Tumti.


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Yoga teacher training

200 Hours

Starting from 3100 euros